The return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers is a momentous occasion as the Cavs have their chosen son back and are gearing up to make a run at an NBA Finals victory they never got with LeBron James the first time around.
State Rep. Bill Patmon Patmon told the Associated Press that he plans to introduce legislation to permit the sale of a commemorative license plates.
“When LeBron came home, it was a big deal for us. It might not be for the rest of the world, but it’s a big deal for Cleveland. … People from all over the country and world called (the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles) office about the Superman license plate,” Patmon said.
The real question here is should these license plates be installed?
It’s not the worst idea ever, and if it helps earn some extra money for the city and for the state, then there’s nothing wrong with that. What will likely happen though is these LeBron James license plates will become like collector’s items and not only will we see them all over Ohio, but all over eBay and the internet as well.
Again, nothing wrong with that, but the influx of LeBron James license plates are going to be one tough task to match on the production line. Plus, you know you want one so don’t even complain — we’re taking to you bandwagon fan who wants to try and buy LeBron’s love.